Eclectic

8/29/2008 Fubar Omniverse
8/27/2008 Echo Chamber

Tonight Dr. StrangeDub and DJ Baby Swiss parked themselves at the Dub Club Tiki Bar for the annual Echo Beach end of summer special. It was very different kind of Echo Chamber, as we ventured into some twangy, instrumental surf rock, cool old school RB, a variety of lounge sounds, world sounds, swanky jazz, weird electronic music, and movie soundtracks. Included in the middle of the show was a special mix straight from the TurnTableTerrorist at Echo Beach on WLUW-FM, Chicago.

8/26/2008 Disabled and Proud

Musician Don Orr

8/26/2008 Pam Without Boundaries

New Cordero! Also A Night in the Box, Amy Ray, and The Ben Sidran Hammond Quartet—gotta thank Jackson for that one. Good luck with your Labor Day, especially getting around in St Paul.

8/25/2008 Jet Set Planet

*denotes artist’s debut on Jet Set Planet

8/22/2008 MN Soundtrack

08-22-08 playlist

8/22/2008 Radio Antilles

Radio Antilles Playlist 8/22/08: Opening track of the show One Day from Australian band Blue King Brown’s got a hard kick to it. New stuff from Kasai Allstars / Kafuulu Balu / ongotraonics 3 / from Crammed (Belgium label) about 30 min into hour 1. The Slackers also got a new batch out with Everyday is Sunday / Self Medication /Indication record label 4 songs into the ska set at 15 min into hour 2. Also check out the sign off song – Sharon Jones and The Dap-kings /How Long Do I have to Wait For you ? / Sharon Jones and The Dap-kings / Daptone. Caught them live on Thur 8/21/08 at the MN State Fair and they played this tune. Pulled a guy out of the crowd to dance with Sharon on stage. Stood on a picnic table groovin and it was fun. 55 min into hour 2.

8/22/2008 Fubar Omniverse
8/20/2008 Echo Chamber

DJ Baby Swiss goes solo once again in the Echo Chamber. And, despite the fact that he arrived empty-handed (and had to rely on KFAI’s CD library), he cooked up a real fun ecelectic mix. Helping out the situation was the hand-delivered new King Tubby vs. The Assessor disc (Big Up Jeremy!). Loads of funn indeed.

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